Liliana EL.


Night Light


Not a new friend
Gotta say, I had him
Checking up constantly
How are you doing?
How was your day, Beautiful?

How you doing with the guys?
What's up, what's new lately?

Not a new friend
Just hitting it off again
Chatting chatting about my life

Oh, friends
Oh, friend, you're telling me that you've been replaced!
No, friend, I'm telling you that's not happening!

Talking for seconds
Texting for hours

Catching up on life
Seeking fun, pleasure, happiness, and advice

Going on and on
So much to talk about
Yet we seem to choose the same few topics

So much time has passed
Yet we're still so close

Tell me about yourself
Educate me with what you know

Spending time
On each other
With each other
Let's better what we perceive as life

Let's come alive
So much happiness
So many smiling faces
Winking xs, Ds, and Ps

Let's come alive
Brighten up
Be grateful for the love and fullness of our lives

Be thankful for our wonderful friends, family, and support of our lives

Submitted: Tuesday, February 11, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, February 12, 2014
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